JBrown@charities.org | May 19, 2011
Egypt revolt: Amnesty International urges deeper probe
By Jon Leyne BBC News, Cairo
Egypt still has more work to do to give justice to those killed and injured during the rallies that ousted President Hosni Mubarak, Amnesty International says.
In a report, Amnesty gives an account of human rights abuses during the unrest and urges a thorough inquiry.
The rights group says that many victims remain to be compensated and culprits punished.
It also calls for a thorough reform of the security forces.
In a 123-page report, Amnesty gives a graphic account of the human rights abuses already widely reported to have happened during the revolution in January and February.
Read the rest of the story at the BBC News website.
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